You can deploy your run-time image to a bootable CD-ROM. This allows you to boot and run your run-time image from a CD-ROM and maintain the appearance of a read/write file system.
In This Section
- How to Create a Bootable CD-ROM
Describes the end-to-end procedure for creating a bootable CD-ROM
- Tutorial: Creating a Bootable CD-ROM
Describes a step-by-step procedure for creating a bootable CD-ROM.
- Bootable CD-ROM Overview
Describes an overview of Bootable CD-ROMs and the El Torito specification.
- Bootable CD-ROM Design Considerations
Describes the considerations to make before creating a bootable CD-ROM.
- Building a Bootable CD-ROM Run-Time Image
Describes how to create a configuration to support bootable CD-ROMs.
- Writing a Bootable CD-ROM
Describes how to use the hd2iso command to create an ISO image. You can use this image to create a bootable CD-ROM.
- Running FBA on the Bootable CD-ROM Run-Time Image
Describes how to boot the run-time image and run FBA.
- Running ETPrep.exe
Describes how to prepare your run-time image to be deployed on a bootable CD-ROM by running the ETPrep utility.
- Deploying the Bootable CD-ROM
Describes how to boot your bootable CD-ROM.
- El Torito CD Image Preparation Tool
Describes how to use the hd2iso tool.
Describes the overview and syntax options for the ETPrep utility.
- Troubleshooting Bootable CD-ROM
Describes common problems and resolutions for bootable CD-ROMs.
- Comparison of Windows PE to Bootable CD-ROMs
Describes two methods for booting a device from a CD-ROM and compares their uses during development, testing, and deployment.
- Deploy a Run-Time Image
Describes the process of transferring a run-time image to a variety of media types and the components and tools that are used for this purpose.
- Enhanced Write Filter
Describes how to write protect your run-time image with EWF.
Last updated on Wednesday, October 18, 2006
© 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.